Brunei banknotes 10 Dollars Ringgit banknote of 1967.

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Brunei 10 Dollars Ringgit banknote
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Brunei 10 Dollars Ringgit note
Currency of Brunei 10 Dollars Ringgit banknote of 1967, first issue.
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Obverse: Portrait of Sultan Sir Omar Ali Saifuddin, the 28th ruler of Brunei.
Reverse: Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin (SOAS) Mosque which was built in 1958 located in the city of Bandar Seri Begawan. Designed by an Italian Architect, the golden-domed structure is the tallest building in the city. A stone replica of a 16th-century barge rests in the Brunei River in front of the mosque.
Engraved and printed by Bradbury Wilkinson & Co Ltd., England

The Brunei dollar, has been the currency of the Sultanate of Brunei since 1967. It is normally abbreviated with the dollar sign $, or alternatively B$ to distinguish it from other dollar-dominated currencies, It is divided into 100 sen (Malay) or cents (English). The Brunei dollar is managed together with the Singapore dollar at a 1:1 ratio by Monetary Authority of Singapore.

As a protectorate of Britain in the early 20th century, Brunei used the Straits dollar and later the Malayan dollar and the Malaya and British Borneo dollar until 1967, when it began issuing its own currency.

The Brunei dollar replaced the Malaya and British Borneo dollar in 1967 after the formation of Malaysia and the independence of Singapore. Until June 23, 1973, the Malaysian ringgit was exchangeable at par with the Singapore dollar and Brunei dollar. The Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Brunei Currency and Monetary Board still maintain the exchangeability of their two currencies. The dollar is accepted as "customary tender" in Singapore according to the Currency Interchangeability Agreement, although it is not legal tender there. Likewise, the Singapore dollar is customarily accepted in Brunei.

The first Series of Brunei Banknote was issued on June 12, 1967, the government (Kerajaan Brunei) introduced notes in denominations of $1, $5, $10, $50 and $100 dollars. Banknotes in denomination $500 and $1000 dollars were later introduced in circulation in 1979. This series of notes design looks similar to the First Series of Malaysia banknotes. Both were using the old Malay spelling and having the similar arrangement or position of serial numbers. It is also noted the this series of printed with two different languages i.e. Malay and English. These notes were signed by the Sultan instead of bank governor. In 1989, the title on the paper money was changed to Negara Brunei Darussalam, the official name of the country, and the Malay term for “State of Brunei, Abode of Peace.” 10,000 dollar notes were introduced the same year. All notes bear the denomination in Malay (in both Rumi and Jawi)and in English. The English denomination appeared on the obverse below the denomination in Malay on the earlier series, but now appears on the reverse together with the Jawi.